cricket book

A TYPHOON CALLED TYSON

£8.00

H/B in D/W – 220 pages – 17 pages of b/w photos – 205 x 135mm – 1ST EDITION – 1961 – PUBLISHED by WILLIAM HEINEMANN LTD – Book has the previous owners name and date inside. he was Benny Hill, the journalist who worked for The Sheffield Star. Benny Hill was a top Sports journalist and a heavy pipe smoker, so the book is stained with pipe smoke. Dust Jacket has some tears and is also pipe smoke stained. but still a very interesting book.

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Behind each name on the score-card there is more than a cricketer: there is a person. This is very much the story of the man behind the player: it the personal history of a fast-bowler-“Tyhpoon” Tyson. How does it feel to bowl fast ? What makes a fast-bowler tick ?. These questions and more Tyson seeks to answer and, in doing so, he traces his own career from the first stirring of the urge to bowl fast, through humour and dissapointment, to the peak of his career in the dramatic tour of Australia in 1954-55.

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Book Author

frank Tyson

Book Condition

Used – Acceptable

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